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Category: BIO207

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BIO207

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Mastigophora is an older term used for __________

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The class Trematoda is commonly referred to as _______

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Inside the body of the host, the ciliated larva of orthonectida grows to form ________

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The worms that causes trichinosis is called _________

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___________ may be used to anchor the members of the phylum Ciliophora.

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Turbellarians are found primarily on the bottom of _______

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The large posterior attachment structure of a Mongenia is called __________

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The type of digestion in fungi is ________

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Which of the following statements best describe the class scyphozoan?

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Another name for Rhombozoans is _________

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In a Tremotode, the stage at which larvae grow and take on a sac like appearance is the _______ stage.

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___________are organisms with solid mesoderm with no space between their ectoderm and the gut.

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Turbellarians have a mucous producing organ referred to as __________

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The following are members of phylum Ciliophora except _________

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Filarial worms causes filariasis which is also called _________

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False coelum was first seen in the ____.

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Cnidarians are armed with stinging cells called _________

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Which of the following groups of animals is classified as lower invertebrates?

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Which of the following classes of the phylum Porifera lack skeleton?

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The following are the classes of the phylum porifera except _______

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The following are characteristics of the phylum Rhizopoda except _________

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Which of the following classes of the members of the phylum sarcomastigophora are animal-like?

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Which of the under-listed characteristics cannot be used as the basis of an artificial classification?

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The suckers of the digenea are usually divided into the oral and _________ suckers.

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____ have simple tissues but are not advanced enough to form organs.

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The following are characteristics of the class Trematoda except ___________

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The phylum Platyhelminthes are divided into four classes namely Turbellarians, Trematoda, Cestoidea and _________

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The following are distinguishing features of members of the phylum sarcomastiphora except ___________

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The flat worms respire by _______

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During the sexual stage, the Orthonectidans are ___________

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Nematodes move by _________ of the longitudinal muscles

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Another name for jelly fish is ________

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The Platyhelminthes possess a unique excretory and osmoregulatory system of branched protonephridial tubes that end in _________ cells.

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_______ is an intestinal round worm.

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A feature of higher animals observed in flatworms is _______

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Triploblastic Metazoans show ______ level of organization.

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Which of the following classes of the members of the phylum Sarcomastigophora possess chlorophyll?

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Classification based on evidence from data complied on morphological, cytological and biochemical similarities and differences between organisms is known as ______ classification.

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___ is bulkier among the constituent layer of a triploblastic animal.

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Asegment of the tapeworm is called _______

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A single cavity in the body of members of the phylum Cnidaria is known as _________

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_________ is an example of a dioecious Trematode.

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Which of the following aspects of biology deals  with the classification of organisms?

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Tapeworms attach to their host with the aid of ________

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__________ are parasitic flat worms that spend their entire life cycle on the outside of the same fish.

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Sea anemone is an example of the class ________

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Nematodes are also known as ____________

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An organismal classification based on one or more easily observable characteristics such as colour is said to be __________

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Invertebrates are classified into _____ groups.

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The _______________ are the group of flat worms known for their remarkable ability to regenerate lost body parts.

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